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You Are A Philanthropist

  • Podcast 48: Philanthropist Megan Whitney, Mindfulness for Burnout

    20 MAG 2024 · In this episode, we talk with philanthropist Megan Whitney. Since burning out a decade ago, her mission has been preventing the same exhaustion for other women working in nonprofits. She leads a mindfulness community and coaches changemakers to build peaceful, healthy lives — for themselves and others. At Feeding America, Megan has spent the past seven years fighting hunger as a fundraiser, fundraising consultant, and meditation teacher. Tune in to hear how Megan is making the world a better place and her passion for mindfulness.  For show notes and details on how to reach Megan, go to www.youareaphilanthropist.com/podcast
    35 min. 41 sec.
  • Podcast 47: Philanthropist Dr. Kirk Adams, American Foundation for the Blind

    13 MAG 2024 · In this episode, we talk with philanthropist Dr. Kirk Adams. Kirk became blind around age 5 and grew up to be resilient and compassionate to those who are also affected by blindness. He went on to became the Past President of the Board and CEO of the American Foundation for the Blind and has since become a consultant in his own practice called Innovative Impact. Tune in to hear how Kirk is making the world a better place and works to have it more equitable and inclusive.  For show notes and details on how to reach Kirk, go to http://www.youareaphilanthropist.com/podcast
    43 min. 33 sec.
  • Podcast 46: Philanthropist Sonya Perez-Lauterbach, creator of Leadership Atlas

    6 MAG 2024 · In this episode we talk to Sonya Perez-Lauterbach. Sonya is a Certified Coach, Change Expert, and creator of Leadership Atlas - a holistic approach to leadership development that integrates the mental, emotional, and embodied aspects of leading. Tune in to how she talks about her family, global travel, and Latina culture in influencing who she is today and how she extends generosity to her coaching clients.  For episode show notes and details on how to reach Sonya, go to http://www.youareaphilanthropist.com/podcast
    33 min. 7 sec.
  • Podcast 45: Philanthropist Jenna Hermans, From Chaos to Calm

    29 APR 2024 · In this episode, we talk with Jenna Hermans. Jenna is Co-founder and COO of http://bcrgs.com/a transformation agency, a busy mom of 4, a high-performance coach, and the author of https://jennahermans.com/book. Tune in to hear her wisdom on the dynamic power of giving and receiving and how you can make a difference with small steps in helping others (and don’t forget to practice self-care). 
    33 min. 25 sec.
  • Podcast 44: Philanthropist Michelle Valiukenas, Hope for Families

    22 APR 2024 · In this episode, we talk to Michelle Valiukenas. Michelle is a dedicated mom, storyteller, and advocate. She is the Co-founder of the Collette Louise Tisdahl Foundation, whose mission it is to improve outcomes of pregnancy, prematurity, and infancy as well as aid in the grieving process through financial assistance, education and advocacy. Tune in to learn about what she says about founding a nonprofit and how creating this foundation was part of her own healing journey after the loss of her daughter Colette. Learn more about her organization, here: https://colettelouise.com/
    33 min. 9 sec.
  • Podcast 43: Philanthropist Glen Carnahan, Littleton Youth Soccer

    15 APR 2024 · In this episode, we talk to Glen Carnahan.  Glen is on the board of the Littleton Youth Soccer Club where he has volunteered the past 5 years. Listen in to hear what he has to say about his love of giving and the support he gets from his family in order to give back. 
    27 min. 26 sec.
  • Podcast 42: Philanthropist Natalie Silverstein, Youth and Family Advocate

    8 APR 2024 · In this episode, we talk to Natalie Silverstein. Natalie is an author, speaker, award-winning podcast host, nonprofit founder and passionate advocate for family and youth service. Hear Natalie’s thoughts on how you can make a difference in the world and how being kind can cause a ripple effect you don’t even know about.  Natalie’s website: https://simpleactsguide.com/about-natalie/
    46 min. 36 sec.
  • Podcast 41: Philanthropist Eric Goodman, CEO of MVS

    1 APR 2024 · In this episode, we talk with Eric Goodman, President and CEO of MVS, Inc. Eric also serves on the boards of Ronald McDonald House Charities, Junior Achievement, and more. Learn how Eric got started in philanthropy and how he found his purpose. For episode show notes, visit: http://www.youareaphilanthropist.com/podcast
    45 min. 39 sec.
  • Podcast 40: Philanthropist Holly Morrell the Founder and CEO of Heartfelt

    25 MAR 2024 · In this episode, we talk to Holly Morrell, the Founder and CEO of Heartfelt. Heartfelt provides cardiac screening in order to save lives from preventable tragedies due to Sudden Cardiac Death. Learn how Holly got started, who inspired her to do this important work, and what her vision is for making the world a better place.  For more information on Heartfelt and to contact Holly, go to http://www.heartfeltscreening.org/.  For additional show notes, go too http://www.youareaphilanthropist.com/podcast
    32 min. 9 sec.
  • Podcast 39: Philanthropist Leoma Gilley, Translating the Bible

    18 MAR 2024 · In this episode we talk to Leoma Gilley. Leoma is a retired Wycliff Bible Translator. Tune in to hear more about what she has to say about her work translating the Bible in Sudan, where she lived for 20 years. 
    41 min. 31 sec.

Philanthropist. If we do hear this word, it is usually associated with Bill and Melinda Gates or Warren Buffet. The description in the dictionary says nothing about millions of dollars....

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Philanthropist. If we do hear this word, it is usually associated with Bill and Melinda Gates or Warren Buffet. The description in the dictionary says nothing about millions of dollars. It begs the question: shouldn’t anyone who gives to charity in some way be described as a philanthropist? It’s a commitment to humanity. It’s altruistic—going above and beyond ourselves. THIS is what the world needs.

Jenn Klein is starting a global conversation about how every-day pleasantries, eco-friendly decisions, and any type of giving to others is not only what's best for the recipient, but also for you!
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